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      Historic Home, Gentleman's Farm...

      519 Harrington Road, Bennington. c. 1806 Center Hall Colonial & Carriage Barn conversion. Main house with 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces & 2 baths; carriage house wing has 3 main rooms, 2 baths & fireplace w/woodstove insert. Mudroom, 2 workshops & enclosed porch, studio apartment with private entry. Large barn has a floored second story. Great attention to the details of restoration and improvement of all mechanical systems, create the perfect Gentleman's farm close to town. Almost 30 acres with established gardens. Click here for virtual tour, photos and details... Listing Agent:  Kathleen Hoisington.  Just reduced to $450,000...

      Exceptional Old Bennington Colonial...

      40 West Road, Old Bennington ...with historic beauty and magnificient features. A grand entrance hall with exquisite staircase and spectacular windows. Four fireplaces and a woodstove. Spacious rooms with ceiling beams and stunning details. Great kitchen tastefully encompassing both past and present. Elegant formal dining room and living room. Six bedrooms, five baths, and plently of room for storage. This home can be heated with either gas or oil. Lovely yard with heated lap pool, decking with reclaimed iron bars creatively used for fencing and fabulous barn. To learn more about this wonderful property, click here! Listing Agent: Ann Cummings.  $549,900.

      1840s Post and Beam Farmhouse... 180 acres....

      1657 Old Depot Road, Shaftsbury. Outstanding opportunity to own an historic property on 180 acres that has remained in the same family since 1947. This 1840's spacious and bright post and beam residence retains much of its original character including wide pine floors, slate roof, and more. Wonderful floor plan offering 10 rooms including 4 bedrooms, spacious kitchen with side entry, large dining room with built in china closet, large living room with fireplace, cozy family room with built in bookcases, large office and more. Wonderful setting on quiet road less traveled with substantial acreage and road frontage in both Shaftsbury and Arlington. Former P&B dairy barn is cleaned out and ready for your next party or installation of animals - you choose, the options are endless. Lovely landscaping, brook, walking distance to Lake Shaftsbury, the list goes on and on! A property like this does not come around but once every 65 years! For details, photos and virtual tour, click here.  Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.  $829,000.

      Priced to sell!

      453 Vermont Route 313 West, Arlington. Lovely, well maintained Arlington Village Colonial on 2 acres with 200 feet of Battenkill River frontage. This warm and inviting home features 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, eat in kitchen, dining room, living room with fire place and sunroom, with hard wood floors throughout. Partially finished basement offers many uses. Additional outbuildings include large 2 stall horse barn with paddock to graze, chicken coop, 2 car detached garage with plenty of storage for your kayaks and rec gear. River frontage also provides for nice trails for further recreation. This special property in a wonderful setting with mountain views has so much to offer. Click here for additional information... Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.  Just reduced from $325,000 to $295,000!

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        I can't fault Christie playing harbdall. Why should he give up what little leverage he has with the legislature before they've even begun to negotiate? Besides, I'm sure Dems can make a deal with enough moderate Republicans in competitive districts to override a veto. I'm not sure how this will play out but I'm sure the end result will be a government shutdown in July followed by harbdall negotiations followed by some kind of tax increase and restoration of rebates.With legislative elections next year there are simply too many vulnerable Republicans unwilling to jeopardize their political careers just to protect the bank accounts of a few megamillionaires. Besides, there is a big difference between millionaires , whose net worth exceeds one million dollars (not really all that much when one considers the average price of a home in some neighborhoods in Morris County), and someone whose income exceeds one million dollars. The latter is more likely to be closer to billionaire than millionaire .

        A Rare Opportunity...

        897 Monument Avenue, Old Bennington.  Presenting the Edward Everett Mansion Gate House, c. 1912,  one of Bennington's true landmarks. Italian stone masons, direct from Italy labored intensely to complete this magnificent Estate property between 1911 and 1914. The main estate is now the home of Southern Vermont College. The Gate House, complete with magnificent Iron gated entrance is being offered privately for the first time in 30 years. All of the original charm, with stone terraces and patios off most rooms and a gracious beamed living room with fireplace and formal dining remain true to the original character. 7 main rooms, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, hardwood floors throughout. In addition, the 2.28 acres include original trees, including a lyre tree and stone outdoor fireplace. The 3-bay garage has a huge second floor studio with 2 rooms, bath and fireplace. Don't miss this delightful, historic property.  Click here to learn more! Listing Agent: Kathleen Hoisington.  $450,000.

        Rich in History...

        519 Harrington Road, Bennington. c. 1806 Center Hall Colonial & Carriage Barn conversion. Main house with 7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces & 2 baths; carriage house wing has 3 main rooms, 2 baths & fireplace w/woodstove insert. Mudroom, 2 workshops & enclosed porch, studio apartment with private entry. Large barn has a floored second story. Great attention to the details of restoration and improvement of all mechanical systems, create the perfect Gentleman's farm close to town. Almost 30 acres with established gardens. For virtual tour, photos and details click here! Listing Agent: Kathleen Hoisington. Just reduced to $485,000.

        Quintessential Vermont Farmhouse

        1163 Myers Road, Shaftsbury. This lovingly cared for home has many fine features including a bright, large country kitchen with marble counter tops, ample cabinetry and dining area with wood burning fireplace overlooking manicured lawns, stunning perennials, pool with slate deck, pastures for horses, established gardens, apple orchard and more. The generous floor plan offers a large dining room with crown molding, spacious family room with vaulted ceiling and cozy fireplace currently with wood stove insert, opening into large screened in porch with ceramic tile floor. First floor Master bedroom boasts custom closets and tastefully appointed full bath. Four nice sized bedrooms and 2 full baths complete the 2nd floor. Additional outbuildings include a 3 car detached garage, potting, storage and run-in sheds along with small tack area for horses. Wonderful Shaftsbury location offering plenty of privacy. Click here for details, photos and virtual tour. Listing Agent:  Suzy Yucht.  $499,000.

        c. 1790 Shaftsbury Farmhouse

        394 Elm Street, Shaftsbury. A terrific setting for a very special property. This original farm house dates back to 1790's with subsequent additions, including the post and beam kitchen, as well as numerous recent upgrades. This three bedroom, 2 bath home offers warmth and comfort throughout. Property features a large kitchen with cathedral ceiling, skylight, soapstone breakfast bar and more; cozy living room w/ wood burning fire place; enjoy the large dining room which leads to a 3 season family room. A first floor office could instantly become your 4th bedroom. Magnificent slate patio with established perennials, terraced fire pit, pond, vegetable garden and access to trails enhance this wonderful setting. You cannot miss the substantial barn which lends itself to numerous opportunities. New septic is installed w/state permits in hand for up to 7 bedrooms and there is plenty of space and structures for which to build. On one of the roads less traveled in North Bennington Village. A rare opportunity.  For additional information and virtual tour, click here. Listing Agent: Suzy Yucht.  $324,900.

        Wonderful setting for this ca 1769 Shaftsbury property...

        402 Elm Street, Shaftsbury. This home consist of large dining room, formal living room with original soapstone fireplace and Dutch oven,three to four bedrooms, two full baths, library, cute kitchen, detached barn with garage addition. The property has eight acres with a lovely hayfield at the rear that rises to a knoll with scenic country views.  To see more, click here... Listing Agent: Kelley McCarthy.

        Old Bennington Colonial Newly Listed

        129 Monument Avenue, Old Bennington.  C. 1809 Colonial graciously appointed and meticulously cared for with a 2011 exterior paint job and superb maintenance. On the first floor there is a perfect living room with soapstone fireplace flooded with light, a cozy Library with fireplace, extraordinary dining room with fireplace, fully equipped kitchen and a separate breakfast room, downstairs bedroom and 1.5 baths. Five bedrooms and three full baths on the second floor. The grounds include a slate patio bordered with stone walls that overlook its own small apple orchard and non-developable, conserved land to the west of its boundary. Two outbuildings include a 3-bay garage with caretaker's kitchenette, bath and studio area with exposed beams plus an equipment barn. 5.8 acres. For additional details, photos and virtual tour, click here. Listing Agent:  Kathleen Hoisington.  $750,000.